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Class Information
Number: 215/16
Name: Bottles and jars > Nonrefillable > Ejecting
Description: Nonrefillable receptacles having means for positively ejecting the contents and which cannot be refilled when the contents have been ejected.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7775407 Contents extractor for jars Aug. 17, 2010
6243936 Method for assembling an outer container having a container insert therein for holding a predetermined volume of material Jun. 12, 2001
4725464 Refillable polyester beverage bottle and preform for forming same Feb. 16, 1988
4613531 Layered thermoplastic articles and method for forming Sep. 23, 1986
4547416 Thermoplastics articles and method and apparatus for making them Oct. 15, 1985
4154369 Non-refillable dispensing container May. 15, 1979

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